Survey and architectural recovery activities of semi abandoned villages LUCA ROSSATO
Author: PhD researcher Luca Rossato
Polis University, Tirana Albania
During the last decades many things have changed and have been lost in small historic centers of many countries. People want to update their own houses with the most modern
features and, in many cases, there is the urge to improve the living standards. In the most isolated villages inhabitants are trying to find more contemporary places for themselves and
fit into new structures. While their love for these old settlements has not diminished, some of the residents have moved towards the main cities in search of a modern lifestyle and new
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